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Speaker: beading repair - how to

  • Jul 11, 2020
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A broken bead reduces the sound of the speaker. You can fix the bead, but quite simple and the full Audio enjoyment of your HIFI-device gain.

Broken surround loudspeaker replacement get

In General, you should replace a defective bead. In the Internet you can find numerous providers for speaker parts. In order for the surround to fit but also, you need to consider a few things.
  • The size alone is not decisive. The beading also needs to match your loudspeaker model.
  • There are beads made of foam and rubber. The latter have a slightly longer lifespan. In General, you should choose the Material that was previously used in your speakers.
Speaker surround repair

Speaker surround repair - how it works

You have found the right bead, you can get started.
  1. First loosen the screws on the speaker to the chassis.
  2. Next, remove the trim ring.
  3. Now you can remove the beading. Scrape off the bead remains carefully from the speaker Chassis. For this purpose, a sharp carpet knife is best.
  4. Even after a thorough Scraping off glue remnants are surely present. You remove these with petrol and a brush.
  5. Also from the diaphragm, you need to scrape off the beading remains.
  6. Everything is clean, coat the membrane edge with glue. Let the glue a bit to dry, before you go any further.
  7. Now place the bead on the diaphragm edge and center bead. Fix it then with brackets.
  8. Turn to conclude, the beading between the brackets to the top and brush the top of the Chassis with glue.
  9. The adhesive needs about an hour to dry out.
There are other reasons why speakers do not sound clean. Crackling speakers , for example, read in a further practical tip on what to do can.